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  1. Magnetic Separators: What Are The Proper Steps To Test Magnetic Strength?
    10/22/2018

    Food manufacturing companies invest millions of dollars annually into food magnetic separation equipment, proactively reducing the risk that any foreign object or contaminant will be embedded into a food product sold to grocery stores, restaurants, retailers, or general consumers. Manufacturers of food industrial magnets have adopted standard testing equipment that measures the holding force of a magnet. Here are some rules to follow to make sure you are using standard operating procedure when field testing magnetic strength to attain the most accurate results.

  2. Georgia Wastewater Utility Credits Ecosorb For Significant Reduction In Odor Complaints
    7/28/2010

    The Douglasville-Douglas County Water and Sewer Authority (WSA) has been delivering award-winning water and wastewater service to more than 90,000 Douglas County residents for over 17 years. On the flip side from its numerous accolades, WSA began hearing complaints coming from the neighbors about nuisance odors.

  3. The Reward Of Risk: New Tech Pays Off
    8/20/2014

    The engineering community can sometimes be wary of trying anything other than the technologies they are already accustomed to, says Rich Cavagnaro of Adedge, a purification technology company with a focus on nitrates and radionuclides.

  4. Application Note: Validation Study Of FTIR-Based Emissions Measurements At A Municipal Waste Combustor
    7/20/2005
    EPA Test Methods 301 and 320 include statistical techniques for validating sampling methods in specific gas matrices. Several of these techniques were used to analyze extractive FTIR data collected at a municipal solid waste incinerator and to validate the method for hydrogen chloride (HC1) measurements.
  5. Turbo Blower Technology Saves Money And Energy For City Of Adelanto WWTP
    10/27/2014

    The City of Adelanto, Calif., wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) receives an average flow of 2.2 million gallons per day (MGD), but had a permit that allowed treatment of only 1.5 MGD.

  6. Trace HCL Measurements In Coal-Fired Power Plant Emissions Using Cavity Enhanced Laser Absorption Spectroscopy
    5/23/2017

    Regulations recently promulgated by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) require qualifying power and cement plants to monitor and control hydrogen chloride (HCl) emissions. These regulations call for HCl concentrations to be below 1 ppm for power plants and 3 ppm for cement plants.

  7. Advanced UV Technology Reduces Downtime And Improves Efficiency (Article)
    8/20/2018

    Industrial companies need reliable water treatment technology, since failure of a water system may result in downtime for production, with significant financial impacts. Ultraviolet (UV) technology is used for water treatment in various industries such as microelectronics, food & beverage, pharmaceuticals, and many other industry segments.

  8. Mueller Systems: Chillicothe Municipal Utilities Improves Customer Service, Operational Efficiencies With The Mi.Net™ System
    12/20/2012

    CMU was in the process of replacing more than 4,000 outdated water and electric meters when it determined that the project also presented an ideal opportunity to implement a systemwide advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) network.

  9. Cup Filling Technology Increases Cream Cheese Manufacturing Productivity
    8/23/2018

    This case study explains how a small cream cheese manufacturer's investment in a cup-filling solution and personalized service turned into substantial and long-term growth.

  10. Project Profile: Meadow Lake MHC White Lake, MI 750 GPM Iron & Manganese System
    5/15/2009

    In February 2008 AdEdge Technologies, Inc. was selected as the sole vendor by Sun Communities, a nation wide owner and operator of Mobile Home Communities, to supply an iron and manganese treatment system, for the Meadow Lake MHC in White Lake, Michigan. By Adedge Technologies Inc.